Khloe Kardashian and sister Kourtney Kardashian have an explosive fight in San Francisco!
The Kardashian trio took a trip down to San Francisco in last night’s episode Keeping Up With The Kardashians, where Khloe and Kourtney get into with each other, according to Hollywood Life.
Kourtney was constantly attached to her phone throughout the episode, and may not have been giving Khloe the attention she may have wanted on their sister trip to San Fran. Khloe, who is currently 8 months pregnant with her first child, revealed during the episode that she is expecting a baby girl! The Good American denim creator received a phone call from sister Kylie letting her in on the news from her doctor.
The reality TV star was somewhat disappointed she wasn’t having a boy with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, but that wasn’t the only thing she was disappointed in. Khloe was so over sister Kourtney’s phone habits. During one of their sightseeing trips to San Fran’s famed Alcatraz prison, Kourtney won’t get off her phone and Khloe wasn’t having any of it.
“What...are you here for?” Khloe yelled at Kourtney. “You’re like a waste of space in my meter right now”, she continued. Yikes! Don’t get a pregnant Khloe Kardashian on your bad side.
Kourtney, who was somewhat stunned yet amused by the whole conversation, told sister Khloe how “I’m looking at everything”, but that didn’t seem to be enough. “You’re annoying ...when we’re together”, Khloe said. “This is what you do, you’re on your phone the whole time. You’re just not present”.
Kourtney who was now annoyed with Khloé’s anger was quick to question why her sister was reacting so abruptly. “I had a 10-minute conversation…that’s offensive?” Kourt asked. The drama didn’t stop there! Khloe took things up a notch by calling Kourtney some choice words while Kourt took no time to yell right back at her calling Khloe something as cringeworthy. Talk about sisterly love, right?
The explosive fight between Khloe and Kourt definitely made for good TV, but viewers were shocked to see how the two were speaking to one another, and we don’t blame ‘em!